I have gone to several information sessions about Neurology. Most of the neurologists say that the "know everything, do nothing" stereotype about neurology is no longer true. They say that there are a lot of treatments available now and are developing that make neurology a good field to go into. On the other hand, I have never heard of a non-neurologist say anything good about neurology. I have a physician sibling and she flat out told me that she doesn't respect the neurologists that she works with. She says they don't know much. Some friends who shadowed physicians say that a lot of physicians dump patients to neurology when they can't do anything with them. So my question is: Has neurology changed for the better? Are there real procedures available in neurology? I am not interested at all in treating headaches or doing sleep related things. Secondly, are neurologists respect anywhere? Granted, my sample is small (2 people) but I have not heard any good things. Thank you in advance for your response.